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Snow Queen hydrangea

Peanuts3Peanuts3 Posts: 759

Merry Christmas to everyone.  Hope you are all full of turkey and looking at your gardening presents and making plans for next year. 

I planted a Snow Queen Hydrangea in March of this year.  I've just realised that its leaves are still green, and I had no flowers on it.  Is this because I planted a fairly young plant. It was a 2l pot that I planted. 

Was looking forward to its lovely flowers and autumnal colour.  Does it just take a few years to get established?

Does anyone else have one ? 

Thank you


  • chickychicky SurreyPosts: 9,509

    Hi Peanuts - Merry Christmas to you tooimage

    i haven't got snow queen, but my other hydrangeas tend to need a good frost before they lose their leaves (although they have gone now) and my oakleaf one still has its leaves on - but they are russet now, not green.  Is it in a very sheltered spot?

    We did not inherit the earth from our grandparents.  We’re borrowing it from our children.
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